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Oracle Soa Suite 11g Developer's Cookbook

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Paperback, 346 pages
Published October 22nd 2012 by Packt Publishing
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Petros Petrou
Apr 09, 2013 Petros Petrou rated it it was amazing
This books is a must for every new or experienced developer in Oracle SOA Suite. It covers features of the latest Oracle SOA Suite and provides quality code examples so you can investigate your learning further. It covers System's Integration using Oracle SOA Suite and OSB in wide detail and can be a good starting point for anyone who wants get into the EAI world.

I really enjoyed the "Building a SOA Suite Cluster" chapter as the "Oracle Enterprise Deployment Guide" is very detailed and
Tomáš Frastia
Mar 04, 2013 Tomáš Frastia rated it it was amazing
I really quite enjoyed reading a book: Oracle SOA Suite 11g Developer's Cookbook.

I think that, this book is fantastic and I would certainly recommend it to all
those, who have at least minimal experience and knows about Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Service Bus.

The book can be divided into two main parts: the first is for Oracle SOA Suite and the second for OSB.

The book contains serveral very interesting section that describes, some composite message patters (e.g.: singleton composite, scheduling s
May 21, 2013 MLGore rated it really liked it
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At first, the book draws attention by the authors Antony Reynolds and Matt Wright. I've followed to Antony for Oracle oriented blogs and anything he writes has my attention. as soon as
the second, Matt Wright, is someone that I follow and your site and he caught my attention for some time. The simple fact that both have developed and written this book, tells me that
is a good buy. Of the contributors and reviewers do not have to give a lot of praise, well-educated people with many years of experie
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